Type: Posts; User: Matt Steffes
I'm not sure what the walk up is in AKC, but in HRC you will walk to the line, load a popper, and proceed down a path with the dog at heel. At a predetermined point in the path, a bird will come out...
It's goofy (IMO). I have the same setup -- let me check when I get home and I'll post a diagram or picture or something.
I built 4 PVC wingers (based off of Kwicklabs design) with remote electronics for about $700 total (not including the cost of my time). They may not throw a duck as far as a Zinger, but for me, they...
I have an intermediate RTK and it will go into the backseat of a Buick Lacrosse.
I'll pick #11 as well -- FC-AFC Coolwater's Knockout (Punch) run by Alexandra Washburn
I'll take a stab...I'm relatively new to the game. Owned my first dog for about 1.5 years - training her by myself with the guidance of a few wonderful club members.
Question 3 -- there may be...
There is a new HRC club that has just started up in Bismarck -- Duck Factory HRC. Below is a link to the national HRC website, which contains contact info for all of the HRC clubs:
The HRC Upland Hunter (UH) test is designed to test finished-level control of a dog in the field. As mentioned before, there are several components to the test:
- a walk-up w/honor dog
I also need to work on this -- I just hope we have open water by the time the first hunt tests come around!
HRC - that's all I know. Just starting to get introduced to the AKC games.
Thanks for the post Jeremy. I too am in the process of building my own electronics. Most of the parts have ordered and I will be building them over the next month or so.
One question I do have...